By Melissa Doss I get asked this question all of the time by potential clients seeking advice about a divorce. I usually hear “my spouse and I agree on everything, I’m not sure I need an attorney”. Even if your divorce is friendly and you’ve reached a mutual agreement with your spouse about property and/or [...]
By Melissa H. Doss, Attorney Child support can be a confusing topic. However, under Kentucky law, both parents have a duty to support their child or children, and both have a right to expect the other parent to assist with support. Child support is a payment made by a noncustodial parent for the care of his [...]
A new Connecticut law that went into effect Oct. 1 offers residents an opportunity to part ways with their spouses expeditiously without the red tape that can tie up divorces for months. The new law is called the Nonadversarial Dissolution of Marriage and offers two simplified ways spouses can obtain a divorce. With one process, [...]
BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY, Ky. —A Breckinridge County couple claiming to live an off-the-grid lifestyle will not regain custody of their 10 children on Monday, a family representative says. The kids were taken away last week after the state determined their living conditions were unsafe. Since then the couple's story has gone viral online. Read More...